No Way Forward?
An Interdisciplinary workshop to see newly into a crisis Kingston University 21st June 2019, 2:00- 5:00 PM. Katja Lehmann, Philip Franses and Azadeh Fatehrad
We believe the challenges of our time are a spur for us to reconnect with wholeness.
Global Synapses exists to bridge meaning and practice without seperation. To achieve this, we have developed a three step framework that explores the situation (The Potential Zone); allows each system to reveal its essence as the source of its uniqueness (Auto Structuration); and then sets a course of practical goals to realise its natural potential (Aliveness).
The first stage is active observation. We work with our stakeholders to see between the cracks - allowing that which is yet to be expressed to come into being.
As the system reveals its deeper structure, our role is to facilitate the mapping of the system using methods derived from complexity theory.
As the system structures itself through human agency, it becomes increasingly static. The stakeholders must now maintain the dynamic nature of the system.
…Who understand and care deeply for the root of our social disconnection and fragmented identity.
…Who are open imaginatively and creatively to bringing new ways of engaging with the world.
A showcase of our three-step framework in the arenas of Care, Food and Farming on the Dartington Hall Estate.
The Flow Partnership is hosting a Summer School for Water. Join us for field trips to local projects, sessions with hydrologists, film screenings, citizen science experiments and more.
Join us for a three-day festival of possibility, as we explore how to bring potential alive. All ideas are welcome, big and small, spark and fully formed, present and future.
Connect in with the synaptic network, we'd love to here from you.